Japanese Women Wrestling Full Nelson
The officials in wrestling include the coach (referees) judges, and so on. The officials include the adjudicators, chairpersons, and referee. One of the officials stand in the rings (Referee) while a match is in progress: If the events are unfolding in the local areas, a chief official will also monitor the matches. The adjudicator will sit transversely at a table where the chairpersons sit on the other side. The judges will use their hands to make motions when interpretation is required on the moves for score. Like anything else in life, the majority receives the highest possible points, or amount of points if applicable. If one of the judges does not agree with the score or technical falls, thus it won't matter because the majority wins. If two of the official members are in debate, the chairperson will make the final call.
The chairperson can demand that a symposium comes together when score issues arise. This goes back to the majority wins the falling and scoring motions. Thus, the majority of votes will decide if the referee was positioned in the ring to notice if the players fell.
The coach are entitled, during the matches to stay near the indicators,* which is generally at the edge of the ring. During the neighboring battles coaches can join the rings in numbers, however at the largest battles coaches are limited, i.e. one referee for each wrestler. At the major battles, the referees are inadmissible to wear particular colors, usually whitish shirts. Coaches are inadmissible to decode any of the points during the ring matches. (e.g., the coach cannot say that the wrestler is subject to losing x amount of points or earning x amount of points during a match). Coaches are inadmissible to move toward the chairs; rather they must demand a conference with the chairperson if a problem occurs. (Depends on the rivalry level) If the referees contravene the rules, thus they receive either a warning or else a dismissal. (Yellow Cards: moves the referee to the stand: Red Card: moves the referee out of the rings)
During the matches codes and signals are sent through the channels, which these codes have its meaning. For example, the blue code and red codes signify the wrestlers. These codes are similar to law codes, i.e. the blue code in criminal justice means deceased, while the red code means danger (life threat) exists.
Wrestling has a few styles and to know the rules you must understand freestyles and the Greco Roman styles and folk style. Accordingly, the referee, chairperson, adjudicator, and wrestlers all are trained prior to any match occurring. In other words, these people must know the rules of the game before they can participate. By the time these people reach the tournaments, they've already be through a series of training. The training will include moves, since some moves are illegal in the rings. The motive is to act out moves while avoiding injury. The tactics during these matches requires that the battlers uphold specific guidelines, which focus on strategies, procedures, and scores. If the participants violate the rules, thus they are subject to disqualification.
*The mats are where the players join to battle. Usually during competitions the mats are around 9m and spherical. At the International arenas, the mats have a meter, defense boundary area, which often is 1.2m or 1.5m. The bands are often 1m submissive sectors and are often on the inside of the meters spherical area. This is similar to boxing, i.e. the wrestlers will start off the competition at the edges of the ring